I was convicted of drunk driving while stationed in North Carolina on military duty. I have since been discharged and am now back home in Texas. Does my out-of-state drunk driving conviction render me ineligible for a Texas CHL?
It sounds like you probably are eligible to receive a CHL. You might want to consider having a firearms/CHL attorney assist you. The attorney would likely interview you to obtain more details of your specific case and, if deemed necessary, obtain and review copies of court documents. Then, if all appears in order, the attorney could assist you with completing your application.
The attorney's office need not be physically located in your geographic area, as long as the attorney is licensed to practice in Texas.
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